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Supporting foreign policy

27 July 2015

How and why do young people’s attitudes to foreign policy differ from their elders

US presidential election: the issues at stake

16 April 2015

As the us presidential election day has arrived, the esrc centre for economic performance (cep)'s series of us election analyses offers insights into key election issues

Libya's unofficial army

08 April 2015

Revolutionary fighters from the libyan uprising are distrustful of the national army leadership, and have established the national shield, a national army-in-waiting, in order to safeguard the 'ideals...

The economic legacy of Mrs Thatcher

08 April 2015

Nicholas crafts, professor of economics and economic history at the university of warwick and director of the esrc centre for competitive advantage in the global economy, examines how the economic pol...

Scottish attitudes to 'devo max'

08 April 2015

A report from scotcen social research and the electoral reform society used data from the esrc-supported scottish social attitudes survey to find out ordinary citizens' attitudes to further devolution...

The battle for Helmand

27 February 2015

How the taliban returned to afghanistan and why they have proved so difficult to defeat is the subject of a ground-breaking study building on partnership for conflict, crime and security research, car...

When flooding woke the nation

26 February 2015

Sixty years ago, over 300 people died, 24,000 people were evacuated and 32,000 houses were damaged in the 1953 east coast flood. The early history of the early warning system and how it was funded has...

Taking stock of UK plc

12 January 2015

In a major new programme of work researchers at the esrc-funded institute for fiscal studies are analysing the implications of the different parties' fiscal policies and what happened over this parlia...

Chasing the teen vote

14 November 2014

Contrary to beliefs, young people are broadly interested in politics and supportive of the democratic process – but dislike formal, professional politics, political parties and national politicians. ...

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